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Originally Posted by colshine
It highlights the grep keyword in the output. You can remove the -i color if it is not working for you.
No, it does not! On systems that have a color option, you would get what you described using:
Code:
grep --color cop /etc/group

The command you suggested:
Code:
grep -i color cop /etc/group

performs a case insensitive search for the string color in the files cop and /etc/group.
 

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